Travel Blogs from Novi Sad
... so came home and relaxed.
Lastly:. The city of Novi Sad is very modern in the central parts, the old town including the outskirts still hold the history and the feel of recovering from the past so at isn't lost. You can tell the economy here has done much better after the war, it's thriving. Lots of young people and fashion.
Another city, they all look the same after a while. That may make me sound a little jaded but it really is just like ...
... sayıngs to lıghten our day.
We decıded to sack off the cycle route early on and crack on wıth the mıles (the route was along gravel\grassy stuff). Serbıans are a frıendly bunch; beep horns & wave at us. Dıd 103 mıles and ended up close to Novı Sad. We are now back on map! Campıng spots hard to fınd so we camped about 3 meters from the road behınd a ...
... which had never existed before
Historically Vojvodinia was part of Hungary and I don't know what the ethnic split is today between Serbs and Hungarians. Oddly Vojvodinia is the only province that chose to remain with Serbia after the breakup of all the provinces from the 90s onwards although it was also bombed by Nato during the Kosovo ...
We are headed to Serbia today for the cheap tobacco. As usual we entered our destination into the GPS and set off. We weren't far from the border but passed through many rough, little towns on the way. One little shop in one of the little tons had gas bottles outside so we thought we would try our luck...success!! So with fresh new gas bottle in place (and the old one now under the table...) ...
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....1) The Danube Cycle Way; Donaueschingen to Budapest by John Higginson